Christianity – Vision of New Jerusalem: Now!

Vision of New Jerusalem: Now!Vision of a New Jeruselum
By Marty Angelo
Publisher: Once Life Matters Ministries, Inc.
ISBN: 978-0615562438
Published: February 2012
Pages: 416
Genre: Christianity
Format available for review: pdf, kindle

Vision of New Jerusalem: Now!

An in-depth study of the relationship of the kingdom of God, the Church and the New Jerusalem.

The end is near! Time is running-out!

Jesus will return soon to rapture the church!

What if we’re wrong—-What if we’re wrong?

How will it affect your children and their children if Jesus Christ doesn’t return within this generation?

Live in the Now!

Vision of New Jerusalem: Now!

By understanding and applying the principles found in this book one will learn how to:

1) Stay out of troublesome situations… Now!

2) Live a victorious overcoming life… Now

3) Experience inner peace… Now!

4) Build an important bridge between preterism/fulfilled eschatology and futurism… Now!

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Inspirational Memoir – Once Life Matters: A New Beginning

Once Life Matters: A New BeginningOnce Life Matters
By Marty Angelo
Publisher: Impact Publishing
ISBN: 978-0961895440
Pages: 202
Genre: Inspirational Memoir
Format available for review: pdf, kindle

He lived a life of luxury that came at a high price. Why his dream of making it big in the music business almost killed him.

Once Life Matters: A New Beginning, is a powerful life-changing auto-biography written by former music business entrepreneur, Marty Angelo.

The book reveals how God totally transformed Angelo’s life from the snarls of drugs, booze, rock/disco music and prison into a strong witness of God’s saving grace and mercy.

Over 60,000 books have been distributed ‘free of charge’ to prisoners, substance abuse rehab clients, and troubled celebrities.

All funds from Amazon.com sales goes directly back into printing more books to donate to prisons, rehabs, and troubled celebrities.

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Memoir – Cutting the Strings

Cutting the Strings
By Carole Little
Publisher: Elkins Lake Publishing
ISBN: 978-0985700409
Published: July 2012
Genre: Memoir

This is a compelling memoir that takes the reader on a journey around the globe as Little strikes out at an early age to fulfill her destiny. Little’s story is one of perseverance and overcoming the odds.

Readers will be fascinated with how Little “cut the strings” at a young age from the adults who were holding her back to go on and achieve the life of her dreams. Early into the book the reader is rooting for Little to break away from these people who showed little concern for her welfare and failed to recognize her gifts and strengths. Readers will laugh, cry and be inspired by the turn of events in this compelling example of perseverance and personal triumph. This is a riveting personal tale of courage, determination, and survival against the odds that will empower and motivate the reader to reach for the stars.

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Family Saga – The Family That Never Was

The Family That Never Was
Author: Jacque Lynn Singer
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781452087504 (soft cover)
978-1452087511 (hardback)
Pages: 221
Published: February 2011

This highly emotional novel follows six generations of one family from the eighteen hundreds to the present. The main thrust of the story revolves around Jacob and Esther, their unabashed love for one-another, and their total lack of love, care, and nurturing of four children whom they brought into the world. The novel chronicles life and death, passionate love, rape and incest, childbirth and abortion, open heart surgery and more, including some fun and fascinating experiences; as well as our innumerable attempts to bring our family together. Along with being a novel abounding with emotion and incredulous happenstances, it hopes to disprove a long-standing adage that “people live what they learn”; as the four siblings around whom the novel is built have all risen above The Family That Never Was to being successful, loving and caring individuals with thriving families of their own.

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